Question: What is a COVID-19 PCR test?
Answer: The polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test for COVID-19 is a molecular test that analyzes the upper respiratory specimen. It looks for genetic material (ribonucleic acid or RNA) of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. The PCR test has been the standard for diagnosing COVID-19 since it’s emergency use authorization in February 2020.
Question: Is this covered by my insurance?
Answer: No, this is a self-pay service billed at $150.00
Question: How soon will I receive my result?
Answer: Results are typically returned same day or within 24hrs.
Question: How do I schedule my test?
Answer: Call our office at 410-535-2005 or Schedule Now.
The updated (bivalent) mRNA Pfizer booster is available. Vaccine by appointment only. Please visit calvertmedicine.com to self-schedule or call our office at 410-535-2005.
Please call 410-535-2005 or click here (schedule an appointment) to self schedule your vaccination. Walk-in COVID-19 vaccinations are NOT ACCEPTED.
Please consult the CDC’s website should you need additional information regarding the COVID-19 booster.
For patients that received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine interested in getting a booster, you may receive the Pfizer vaccine at our Prince Frederick location.
CIMG will not provide religious or medical exemption letters for the COVID-19 vaccine. Please contact your Rabi or Priest for a religious exemption letter. In the event you suffered from an allergic reaction or myocarditis and require an exemption letter, please contact your Allergist or Cardiologist.Maryland MyIR is a free website service that allows consumers to view and print copies of their official vaccination records directly from ImmuNet, Maryland’s immunization information system.
Do you have questions about the COVID-19 Vaccine?
The Maryland Department of Health has opened the Maryland GoVax COVID-19 Vaccination Support Center to make COVID-19 vaccine appointments and information easily available for Marylanders.
Based on best clinical practices, CDC guidelines, illness severity and risk factors like age and pre-existing conditions.